Good science leads to good animal health.
Good science is at the heart of Morris Animal Foundation’s mission. We greatly appreciate our long-standing partnership with the veterinary research community. Thanks to the work of committed researchers, the world is a better, healthier place for animals.
Receiving a Foundation grant is a highly competitive process and depends on the amount of available funding, the number of proposals for a given health issue or animal and donor interest. Grant proposals are accepted for small companion animals (dogs and cats), large companion animals (horses and llamas/alpacas) and wildlife. Proposals can be submitted online only. Click on the type of grant you are interested in from the list below for specific submission requirements and deadlines.
Studies are chosen on the basis of a rigorous set of criteria, including:
- Morris Animal Foundation Abstract Scoring Guidelines
- Morris Animal Foundation Scoring Rubric
- Morris Animal Foundation Fellowship Training Scoring Rubric
- Health Study Policy
- Award Types and Descriptions
Below guidelines are for reference only, all proposals must be submitted using the online application accessible during a specific call for proposals